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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBR1DGE IIERAID Monday October 30, I97J iking defence loiiljli Lly Till-: CANADIAN PHKSS and fu' Miami Dolphins remained the only loam in lite Na- tional Football League after crushing Ei alt i mure Colts 2o-Q Sunday fur their .seventh straight victory. In other Sunday, Waslilnglon Redskins beat New York Giants New York .lots downed New England Pa- (riots 3V10, Now Orleans Saints c'ofealed Philadelphia Eagles 21-3. .Minnesota Vikings beat Green Bay Packers 27-13. San t'nmcisco defeated At- lanta Falcons 4'J-M. Pittsburgh Steclcrs beat liuflalo Hills S3- 21. Cineinnali HBRgals trounced Houston Oilers 30-7. Chicago Bears bent St. Louis Cardinals 27-10, Oakland Haiders downed Los Angeles Hams 45-17. Kan- sas City Cliiefj defeated San touchdown in the third period afltT Haltimore futnhled a punt reception. Earl Morrall in fur injured Miami quarlerlcu-k Hob Griese, com- pleting nine of IS passes for J35 yards. Miami now Imlris a two-game load York Jets in tlie I Kasteni Division of the Ameri- can Foot hall Conference. Redskins linebacker Cliris Hanburgcr stole the ball from Ron Joimson of llio Giants and Larry Brown ran 38 yards for a .Washington touchdown, break- ing a 0-9 tic late in the third quarter. Washington scored an insurance touchdown in the fourth on a five-yard pass from Billy Kilmer to Jerry Smith. Kilmer look over after Sonny Jurgensc'n v.'jis sidelined with a torn aehilles tendon. attempt and over lo Sieve Spurrier's three scoring passes amt Vic Washington's return of the opening kick off. San Fran- cisco led 21-14 at half time. SpuiTKT counei'led mi paayes of 43 yards to (iCiit! 2ft yards to I'res ton Itiley ami 0 yards to Ted Kwalk'k for oLiclxlowns. The Stcelers overpowered Buffalo as rookie running back 'ranco Harris van for two ouchdowcis caught a scor- ng pass. 0. J. Simpson high- ighted tlie Bills' play with a 81- -ard touchdovs'ii run from scrimmage in the third. In Cincinnati. Dong Dressier Kssex Johnson scored a .ouchdovu apiece for tlie Ben- Larry C.scnka helped Miami extend it.s winning streak as he drove for !13 yards anci scored two touchdowns. The Dolphin? scored nine points in ttie second quarter after blocking a punt Cleveland, O lie 3-3 Diego Cliargers ami j Xamatn's pinpoint pass- Cleveland Browns beat Denver [nR OVoicainc New England's Broncos defence and guvc the Jets three Detroit Lions arc schemed j on dashes by to ploy the Cowboys at Dallas, Boozer. Namath com- pleted 12 of 24 passes for 203 yards. T he Saints won the ir f irsl game of the season when quar- terback Archie Manning threv. Uvo touchdown passes to wide receiver Danny Abramowicz t help boat Philadelphia. Run ning back Bob Gresham lunged one yard lor New Orleans' in surance points in the fourth pe- riod At Green Bay. Paul Krausi and Hilgenberg Iwth in tercepled pusses by the Pack ers1 vScott Hunter and touchdowns in the final quarte to give Minnesota the victorj The' Packers had held a 10-f lly Tin-: CANADIAN I'KtSS lead in the first quarter. Providence Reds didn't lift a The '-iOcrs oweri their victory stick over the weekend but they managed to cling to the lead in the Eastern Division of tho Amcrican League by one point over Boston Braves and Rochester Aniericaii-s. 'Hie Braves idle bul the Americans were pre- vented from jumping into top j spot they lost a -1-3 deci- sion to Tidewater Wings, lead-1 rrs of the western ?erlion. In j of .her games. Cincinnati Swords beat Nova Scotia Voyagt'urs 4- 1, while Hershey Rears and New Haven Nighthawks tied 2- bounce ecord now Hockey Lethbridge Midget also picked up four as- pals as the home team defeated Kansas City exploded Cor the Letlibridge for tlie Elks along with It oust on. Cincinnati's in the second half in Warriors 15-3 in goals. foiled the Oilers until their victory hockey action Pec Wee league play on touchdown in the last Diego. Jan Stencntd weekend, Ralph Quint and minutes of play. The Bears downed the Cardinals when Karl Thomas scored on u 91-yard ku-koff return and Bob Farmer fot a touchdown on a 73-yiirci pass from Bobby Douglass. Chicago took a lead at halftime on a 12-yard field goal by Mac Pcrcival and marched RO yards for the field goals for the Chiefs. trailed 7-3 in tlie third quarter. They went ahead on Steneriid's kicking ami two interceptions of passes by Chargers quarterback John Hacil. In Dei w er Mi ke Phipps saved the day for the Browns when he plunged from tlie Elks slammed in four goals in each of the first periods and racked up seven unanswered markers in the final 21) minutes to earn the easy victory. Beniie Serene paced Hie Elks 11 four-goal performance while Ron Moser added a Tail scored three goals apiece lo lead the Bears to a 10-1 romping over (lie Heavers. Hockey Terry chipped in with Iwo markers while Warren Keith and Rodney Scbulz cliipp-ed in with singletons. David Lowe averted the shutout with a first period mar- Bears touchdown in the f lino on a fourth-down less than three Miles, Tieg Osmond and In another contest, tlie The Raiders made the most left. Earlier, Phipps had Meli rounded out the edged the Flyers 3-2 scor- of a fumbled opening two touchdowns. Tom for the Elks with two all Lheir goals in (lie first and three intercepted passes n rookie safety, while Larry Pelo, scoring two first-half a pass in (he and Lee Salmon Hewko. Mark Dumont downs beating the Ranis. 1 to help the Brovrns edge for the Billy Orr tallied for the Bisons while Kenny Oh no mid Don Marshall replied for (ho Flyers. Donald Credico scored a goal In the first and second periods to lead Ihe PLntos lo a 2-1 vic- tory over the Sabres Saturday night. Scott Williams replied for tho Sabres, In a Pee Wee game Friday night, Danny Larcmde scored twice in leading the Tigers to a 4-2 win over the Bears. Bruce Bestplug added one goal and two assists while Doug Court chipped in with a solo marker. Barry Cousins and Glen Yacjr- skyn scored a goal each in a losing cause. Weekend scorers In Saturday's action, j nati edged Baltimore Clippers 4-3, Boston heat New Haven 6-1, j Nova Scotia and Cleveland Bar- (ins 3-y. Rochesier nipped j -S-iringfield Kings 7-S and the j Bears mangled Richmond Rob- i ins The Wings, noiv onjoy a j seven-point, lead over the liar- ens, had to rally for two goals Sunday to of the Ameri- cans, Goals by Ron Simpson, a IP- dcCcnccnian converted to right i ng, a nd d ef en ce man Ron Newell decided the outcome in the third ported, after Roches- ter had taken a 3-2 lend in the second on goals by Cob Kelly. .John Ilednunski and Larry j McKillop. Bob Cook accounted for Tidewater's first two mark- ers. CLiNX'iiEii ix John Gould's dose-range shot about four minuses re- maining put the Swords ahead of the Voyageurs ,1-2 and Billy Inglis slapped the pnck into an open net for the clincher in the closing Cincinnati jumpcEl inlo a 2-0 lead in the second period when Hick Dud- ley and Steve Richardson con- nected, but Die N'osva Scotia re- bounded early in the third on .coals by Yvon Lambert and Guy Dclparte. Power-play goals by Ron Sr.cll and Gi! Gilbert were needed in the third period by the Bears to gain their standoff the Nighthavvks, v.ho have only four poini.s on one win and two tie.s in n Ranie.s. Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS SIMMY V II a n go r s 7 Chicago I NY Ratelle 2, Park,, Soiling. Ir- vine. Hadfieki; Chicago Maki. .Montreal 1 Detroit 1 P. iMa- hovlich; Huston U NY Islanders 1 3, Bucyk 2. Marcotte, O'Reilly, Espo- sito, I lodge; -NY Uuffalo 2 Minnesota 1 2; Min- I'hihulolphin 5 Toronto 2 2. Clarke, Saleski. Kelly; To- Ellis. SATURDAY Atlanta 2 Vancouver I Atlanta -Rochard. MacMil- lan; Ixjvcr. .1 Toronto 2 lioslon--Marcotte, Bucyk, Stanfteld; He rule.-son. Huffalo Monlroal 3 Ruf fa 2, Lorentz; 2t Ixf- Minncsota 2 Philadelphia 1 Grant; St. Louis 8 Detroit St. Unger, Egers. Murphy, Rob- erto, St. Marseille, Mcrrick; Delveccliio, EC do stone. Chicago 1 NY Islanders I Chicago-- Koroll, Pap pin, Martin, Mikita; NV Island- 2, Hudson, Laven- der. Los Anodes 5 Pittsburgh 2 Los Angeles 2, Backstrom. Corrigan. n i e r Lurrav wants his puck DKTI'.OCI' fAPt Detroit T'cd Winy cotich .lohnny ;my panic buttons, hul Monlrenl Murray Wiison is fining in liave to .start pulUnj; a fcv; strings. C'utichi Wilson he't about his team's tliirri j ronsccutivc loss, a '2-1 setback Sunday nig'nt to Montreal, the loader in the National Hockey League, ficforo a record home cov.d of at 01- ympia Stadium. P.onkic Wilson, ?.ays l.c hi rn.i'KO a formal in in (Jir- fr. puri: s'-nrf'd Sun- day for t.'s firr-1 MM, sornr- rnk- Ihi.s t hat yon ha c, a r a X} JI, lic'.'jdqxiarlors order to tjct pi thn Ta r 'sdian "You firm, to the agree- rnent uitli the coinpany, how-' milestone: arc to be i returned upon request. The wa.s the first in the j NEIL for the Montreal who started professional j liockey career last year with Nova Scotia Voyageufs of the i American Hotkey He shot a dribbler paM DC- i Iroit goalie [toy Edwards at 22 of the second period, rind nfxHit n minutes later Pete Mahovlich scored what, proved i to ho the: winner. Wilson, who had suitrri up j nnly nnrr liiis i-pijl didn'l play. hn rnnldn'l i a shot away and " i pushed the p r k towards flic ret" for his tally, Henn Hich- rmd and Hejean Koule drew as- i i ON SALE: OCT. 30th TO NOV. 4th WHSli QUANTITIES LAST! A m si Boys' 7-12 FLARES Bargain priced pants for active boys! Brushed sateen fabric styles come with 2 front pockets and 1 in back. Brown, Navy, Burgundy. Our rojular price 8.9BE3. KRESGE SPECIAL Children's 4-6X SNOWMOBILE SUITS BuynowandsavelSowarm KRESGE PRICE oxforci nylcri styles have attached hoods and 2-way zippsrs! Navy, Red or Hun- ter Green colors. 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